2/2 Will Storr investigates the impact of sexual violence against men in DR Congo.
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When Olympic athletes lose it can be devastating - should they be preparing for this?
1/2 Will Storr hears the unforgettable personal testimonies of rape victims and their families
The mass killings in Houla led to international outcry but what hope is there for justice?
Gordon Corera talks to the people ensuring the safety of the Olympic Games.
A powerful memorial to the bravery of an ordinary man - Leigh Pitt.
2/2 Duncan Hewitt concludes his look at the microblogging trend in China.
2/2 Lucy Ash asks if personality tests are a journey of discovery.
Razia Iqbal looks at writers of many nationalities who have worked for the World Service
Charting the relationship between this iconic building and the broadcasts produced there.
1/2 Duncan Hewitt assesses the huge impact of microblogging on China's culture and politics.
How do people from different companies use psychological assessments in the workplace?
Two mortuary attendants in Zambia discuss their work and the stigma they must deal with.
Robert Elms reflects on music from Noel Coward, Lily Allen, The Clash and The Kinks.